Produced by Christian Warren. Ooh, ooh Oh, no, no Hey, hey Ooh, ooh. (I'm a 90's girl) I'm a 90's girl Ooh Yes, I am (I'm a 90's girl) Making it on my own Yeah. Back in the day When my mama was raising me I never could understand the statement Stand behind your man. I'd rather be by his side Sharing the load So he can see things from my point of view And read my thoughts
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from the album Treat U Right. Krazy" is the title of a top forty R&B and dance single by BlackGirl. The song is the first single from BlackGirl. Larry Flick of Billboard referred to the single as "engaging and chock full of pleasant harmonizing" Chart positions. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Billboard Top 40. 40. . Billboard Billboard Hot 100. 91. References.
BlackGirl was an American pop/dance vocal trio consisting of Pam Copeland, Nycolia "Tye-V" Turman, and Rochelle Stuart from Atlanta, that formed in 1992 on the Kaper/RCA/BMG label. BlackGirl released their debut album Treat U Right in 1994. Warren Marshall of the Columbus Times remarked: "Blackgirl - the ultimate definition of today's & girls.
Their debut album dominated the the mid ’90s and helped them become one of the UK’s most successful female groups. Biggest Hit: Never Ever. Who: Total was one of Sean Combs’ major acts signed to Bad Boy Records in the mid ’90s. The trio first made their debut on Notorious . s single, Juicy, before working on their debut single, Can’t You See. The group produced two more top 10 R&B singles helping their debut album go platinum. The group probably earned most of their success thanks to be featured hook singers on tracks by LL Cool J, Foxy Brown and Mase.
By the mid-90s, Lil Kim and Foxy Brown had successfully bumrushed the hip-hop boys' club with an aggressive, pornographic breed of femme-fatale rap, and R&B's solo vocalists – notably Smooth (the "female mack"), Joya and Michigan's Adina Howard – were perfecting a similarly hardcore sound. Motherhood, faith and the politics of love were central themes in Lauryn Hill's debut solo album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.
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|1||90's Girl (Encore Alternative Remix Edit)
Engineer – Hilary BercoviciProducer [Additional], Remix – Chris Smith , Teddy Riley, Walter "Mucho" ScottProducer, Engineer – Christian*Rap – Menton "Peanut" Smith*Written-By – A. Foote*, C. Smith*, C. Warren*, G. Fields*, J. Russell*, M. Mcann*, M. Smith*, T. Riley*, W. Scott*
|2||Krazy (Original Vocal Mix)
Backing Vocals – Connie AllenEngineer, Mixed By – Craig Long, Kirt ShearerProducer, Arranged By – Derek "D.O.A" Allen*Written-By – D. Allen*, M. Dailey*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 43212 17884 5
- Label Code: LC 0316
|RDAB 62882-1||Blackgirl||90's Girl (12", Promo)||Kaper Records, RCA||RDAB 62882-1||US||1994|
|7432119809-2||Blackgirl||90's Girl (CD, Single)||Kaper Records||7432119809-2||Germany||1994|
|74321-21788-2, 74321217882||Blackgirl||90's Girl (CD, Single)||RCA, Kaper Records, RCA, Kaper Records||74321-21788-2, 74321217882||UK||1994|
|RDAB 62883-1||Blackgirl||90's Girl (12", Single, Promo)||Kaper Records||RDAB 62883-1||US||1994|
|07863 62830-2||Blackgirl||90's Girl (CD, Maxi)||RCA||07863 62830-2||US||1994|